I believe scientists have a responsibility to contribute ourselves to the society where we belong, to build a better, safer and more comfortable world. Historically, materials have been vital to the advancement of society, to the extent that epochs are branded based on the topical material in use. For example, the Stone Age, the Bronze Age, the Iron Age, and the Silicon Age were all initiated by materials based on changing composition of elements. Contemporary society demands new materials with advanced properties: lighter, stronger, increased creep and radiation resistance and thermally/electrically more conductive. This demand accelerates the arrival of the Nano Age, where structure, not composition, will provides the gigantic leaps in performance. 




2013 - present

Massachusetts Institute of Technology 


Nuclear materials

Nano mechanics

Energy storage

2006 - 2012

Sungkyukwan University

Doctor of Philosophy

2002 - 2006

Kunsan National University

Bachelor of Science


2020 MIT Certificate for Smart Manufacturing

2019 MIT Certificate for Modeling and Optimization for machine learning

2018 Completion of Tribology: Friction, Wear, and Lubrication

2018 Kaufman Teaching Certificate Program (KTCP)

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